26 October 2012


David Hockney Unveils A Bigger Picture In Cologne Germany

In 1964, as a young artist David Hockney left his Yorkshire home for Los Angeles, desirous of Hollywood glamour and the lifestyle that the West Coast depth of field and darkness of shadow had to offer. Hockney’s swimming pool paintings are among the most popular pictorial icons of the 1960s. He became famous the world […]

15 April 2012


David Hockney Goes Head To Head With Grayson Perry

The South Bank Awards nominations have been revealed, pitting the two best art exhibitions of the year against one another David Hockney’s very-recent exhibition ‘A Bigger Picture’ at the Royal Academy has been nominated for this year’s South Bank awards, and will go head to head with Grayson Perry’s ‘The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman’ […]

19 January 2012


David Hockney Paints Himself As Anti Social Recluse

David Hockney shuns bright lights while A Bigger Picture, his biggest exhibition to date, opens this week David Hockney has shunned efforts to pin on him the honour of being the ‘greatest living artist’. one of the best-known figures of the 1960s British pop art movement, now 74, Hockney dismissed the description as ‘newspaper stuff’, […]

17 January 2012

David Hockney Scales Up At Royal Academy

David Hockney: A Bigger Picture – REVIEW So here it is. The first major blockbuster exhibition of 2012, and the event kicking-off the London Cultural Olympiad – David Hockney: A Bigger Picture at the Royal Academy of Arts. Bringing together over 150 works, the majority of which have been created in the last 8 years, […]

9 September 2011


David Hockney A Landscape For All Seasons

Hockney exhibition at Royal Academy explores “A Bigger Picture” A major new show of work by Artist David Hockney, exploring his remarkable body of cross medium work is to be mounted In January 2012 at the Royal Academy of Arts. This will be the first major exhibition in the UK to showcase his landscape work. […]